Language Communicative Competence Enhancement Model in Foreign Language

  • Kosherbayeva Aigerim, Kurmanbayeva Lyazzat, Yessimgalieyva Tlekshi, Kosherbayeva Gaziza, Sansyzbayeva Dinara


This research paper discusses the issue of meta language communicative competence (MCC) enhancement model. At first the research reviews the problem of meta language communicative competence development generally in science, and represents the literature review. Further shows the meta language communicative competence enhancement model in teaching process with its enhancement. This investigation represents the model of MLCC process with its necessary components, applied to the language teaching. Consideration of model in gas pects requires the MLCC denotion study, within the framework of language methodology science.This research is of significant value, as a contribution to the language teaching policy not only in Kazakhstan but abroad as well. It demonstrates that MCC development process helps to improve the teaching process and make the system work properly. In recent years, in line with the communicative and especially the competence approach in the domestic and foreign science actively developed the problem of enhancement of meta communicative competence MLCC "as a mandatory competency component of professional development of a modern specialist" in different branches of science: philosophy, sociology, psychology, pedagogy, cultural studies, economics, ethics. Such a multifaceted study of the phenomenon of MLCC is determined by the dynamics of social life, to find the real needs of today's ideological orientation, the necessity of its formation in the learning process. In the present time, a considerable fund is accumulated that allows you to explore the topic of the research: issues of implementation of meta language communicative competence enhancement model. Necessity of this research, as it follows from the above, is conditioned by the urgent need to train specialists in MLCC in a foreign language in the framework of activities, as well as its theoretical and practical underdevelopment.